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Media: The Star


Section: Sport

CIMB Foundation sponsored squash player Ng Eain Yow may have faltered in the QSF 3 tournament final in Doha, but national head coach Ajaz Azmat is still betting on the Malaysian World No. 15 to eventually overcome former world champion Tarek Momen of Egypt this year. World No. 8 Momen, who won the 2019 world title also in Doha, used his vast experience to outplay Eain Yow 11-6, 11-4, 5-11, 11-5 in 50 minutes in the Professional Squash Association (PSA) world tour bronze medal event. A highly skilful Momen was in his element and never allowed the battling Eain Yow into the match. Ajaz said that Eain Yow played well, but the 36-year-old Momen had utilised his experience of playing in numerous major PSA events to win his first title in Qatar. Eain Yow has been showing maturity and composure over the last couple of months and had won his first PSA bronze level event, the German Open, in Hamburg last month and was looking forward to winning the same level QSF 3.


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